The Argentinian-Danish pianist Rodolfo Llambías was born in Buenos Aires, Argen-tina, and studied with Arturo del Bono at the Conservatorio Nacional de Música y Arte Escénica there. After winning the first prize in a competition held by the Argen-ti-ni-an Ministry of Culture, Rodolfo Llambías went to Paris to continue his studies with the Russian pianist Georges Chavchavadze and Professor Magda Tagliaferro. Later he studied with Wilhelm Kempf and Guido Agosti, then settled in Denmark, where he was appointed in 1970 as an associate professor at the North Jutland Academy of music. Since 1983 he has held a similar post at the Carl Nielsen Academy of Music in Odense, Funen. He has travelled all over Europe and South America as a soloist and chamber musician and has appeared on radio and TV. With his wife, the pianist Tove Lønskov, Rodolfo Llambías has formed a piano duo which enjoys great international recognition and has won several prizes. The duo has recorded many CDs. In recent years Rodolfo Llambías has resumed contacts with his native Argentina, which he vis-its regularly as a soloist and guest teacher.